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Vietnam’s Jan-Aug exports likely down 1,3% YoY, as domestic prices hit one-year high

MILAN – Coffee exports from Vietnam are expected to fall 1.3% on year during the first eight months of 2020, according to preliminary data...

Coffee exports from Vietnam are expected to fall by 7.8% to 7.33 million bags in Q1

MILAN – Vietnam ’s coffee export for the month of March will reach approximately 2,500,000, according to a preliminary estimate from the country’s General...

Vietnam’s coffee exports likely to be down 10.3% in Jan-Aug period

MILAN — Coffee exports from Vietnam fell an estimated 10.3 percent in the first eight months of this year from a year earlier to...

Coffee exports from Vietnam seen 19 percent down on year in January

MILAN – Coffee exports from Vietnam may fall as much as 19.1% on year to 175,000 tonnes (2.917 million 60 kg bags) in January,...

Vietnam’s coffee exports up 23 percent over the January – November period

MILAN – Coffee exports from Vietnam surged an estimated 23 percent on year over the January-November period, according to the General Statistics Office, or...

Coffee exports from Vietnam rose to 29.1 million bags in 2017/18

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam – Vietnam’s coffee exports for coffee year 2017/18 totalled 1,746,000 tonnes, or 29.1 million bags according to the General...

Vietnam’s Statistics Office sees Jan-May exports at 13.75 million bags

Coffee exports from Vietnam during the first five months of this year are expected to rise by 1.8% compared the same period last year,...

Vietnam coffee exports up 17.7 percent in January-April period, Gso reports

HANOI, Vietnam – Coffee exports from Vietnam over the January-April period reached an estimated 689,000 tons or 11.48 million bags, according to data provided...

Vietnam: General Statistics Office sees exports up 25 percent in January

HANOI, Vietnam – Preliminary data from Vietnam’s government show a 25.1 percent increase year-on-year of coffee export during the month of January. The world’s biggest...

Vietnam’s Gso sees coffee exports for 2017 down 20 percent on year

HANOI, Vietnam – Vietnam's Gso sees coffee exports for 2017 down 20 percent on year Statistics Office released on Wednesday. However, export earnings are expected to fall by only 3.7 percent, thanks to higher prices. Coffee shipments during the month of December are seen at 140,000 tonnes, or 2.33 million bags ...

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